Marco's calm exterior hides the flurry of activity going on in his head. He is always looking for ways to improve - code, applications, processes, and his skillset. Marco is quite willing to disseminate what he has learned, and to listen to and learn from others. Working with Marco was a pleasure.
— MJ Gardner
Marco was a fantastic guy to work with, and to work for. He supervised me for a relatively short time, but it was the most critical time of the project, and his knowledge, responsibility, and management skills were essential to the success of the project. In addition, Marco was a fun and personable co-worker, a respected coder, and an valued mentor.
— Andrew Benson
Marco was a vital part of our team. He hit the floor running when he came on board and was an instant contributor. He took the initiative to start a lunch-n-lunch program and managed it throughout - it was a huge success with the team. Marco consistently demonstrated his skills as a developer and a leader on the team.
— Keith Skronek
I worked with Marco both on application creation and on database management for several years. I was impressed with his willingness to jump in on a project and listen and gain an understanding of what was needed to find a solution to an issue. This is a critical skill for developers to gain and Marco uses it well.
— Maurine Lee
Marco was one of the more agile developers on staff. His "can do" attitude and willingness to explore new possibilities is hard to find in most developers. He is very personable, easy to get along with and a good collaborator.
— Chris Hanna
Marco was a pleasure to work with. He worked well with the other team members and was an excellent problem solver. He was always willing to go above and beyond to ensure the work got done on time and the right way.
— Paula Tapert
Marco's technical abilities are top-notch. He is highly intelligent and can easily grasp new concepts. Marco's also has an easy going temperment and is an excellent trainer that communicates well with others. I would highly recommend Marcos to any employer.
— Eric Hill